As the COVID-19 restrictions continue, normalcy remains months (or more) away. Mainstream media continues to cover the pandemic and its effects on world health and economy, but verticals like automotive and tech are mostly back to their typical content streams.
Since the beginning of March, the mainstream news cycle has almost exclusively turned toward covering the global COVID-19 pandemic. Is there still an appetite for “normal” content among journalists and readers during such a historical event?
If tires are holding air and not making an excessive amount of noise, most people don’t think twice about them. While tires can be easy to ignore, there have been advancements in the past decade worth noting. Automotive journalist Joel Feder and our own Steve Diehlman discuss these advancements and the next 10 years for tires.
Last night, the Silicon Valley billionaire revealed his company’s first-ever pickup, the Tesla Cybertruck. And while calling its angular design polarizing may be the understatement of the decade, the truck and event have become internet sensations overnight.
The launch of the gig economy brought fantastic new services to help people improve their lives – both the conveniences it’s afforded users and the jobs it’s created for service providers. Rideshare, food delivery and dog walking are just a few of the new services that have shaped our day-to-day routines.